Amazon Strips Clarence Thomas Documentary During Black History Month

Ama­zon stripped a doc­u­men­tary on con­ser­v­a­tive Jus­tice Clarence Thomas, the only black jus­tice cur­rent­ly serv­ing on the Supreme Court, from its stream­ing ser­vice dur­ing Black His­to­ry Month.

“This video is cur­rent­ly unavail­able to watch in your loca­tion,” the web­site reads when the title is clicked.

Ama­zon appeared to drop the PBS title, “Cre­at­ed Equal: Clarence Thomas in His Own Words,” while still pro­mot­ing a wide array of fea­ture films under the cat­e­go­ry of Black His­to­ry Month such as “All In: The Fight For Democ­ra­cy,” with Stacey Abrams and two movies on Ani­ta Hill, Thomas’ accuser of sex­u­al mis­con­duct who attempt­ed to derail his con­fir­ma­tion. All come free to stream with a Prime membership.

A sim­ple search for “Cre­at­ed Equal: Clarence Thomas in His Own Words,” comes up short for the title how­ev­er. To find it, users must include “DVD” in the search box, and the doc­u­men­tary will come up as the 10th result. A search for “RBG” on the oth­er hand, will bring three doc­u­men­taries on Jus­tice Ruth Bad­er Ginsburg’s doc­u­men­tary to the top after pro­mot­ing a spon­sored post of her biog­ra­phy, “Noto­ri­ous RBG: The Life and Times of Ruth Bad­er Ginsburg.”


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